Favorite Cheese?

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  1. Olllie

    Olllie Bom Bom Cloud

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    Can't get enough of this atm:
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    Recomendations please if there's any moar cheese heads in the house
     
  2. wo88le

    wo88le A Mockery of a Travesty

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    PIC REMOVED!
     
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  3. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    i nearly threw up them that was fuckin ruff
     
  4. Olllie

    Olllie Bom Bom Cloud

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    Oh for fuck sake... thats grim (but on topic)

    Probably the same kind of bacteria that's in saint agur :teeth:
     
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    i was gonna make a sensible post here but i just want to leave after seeing that wo88le...
     
  6. $marty

    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Re: Favorite Cheese? nsfw!!!!

    Wo88le if you are gonna post dirt like that, then at least put nsfw before the pic, not after it please. Thanks.
     
  7. wo88le

    wo88le A Mockery of a Travesty

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    Re: Favorite Cheese? nsfw!!!!

    i have been severely reprimanded, i am sorry

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    being serious...

    Smoked Applewood
     
  8. Junglist_007

    Junglist_007 learning difficulties

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    Re: Favorite Cheese? nsfw!!!!

    SAVAGE.
     
  9. greddie

    greddie Super Sir Loin

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    Re: Favorite Cheese? nsfw!!!!

    grim ... i hate accidental cock sightings
     
  10. $marty

    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Re: Favorite Cheese? nsfw!!!!

    aka sneak attacks. They are the worst.

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    So, cheeses:
    St Agur spread,
    Emmental,
    Dutch Gouda,
    St Cathedral cheddar,
    That Seriously spread stuff,
    Smoked applewood,
    Boursin,
    Edam,
    Five counties,
    Garlic roule,
     
  11. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    Easily the best blue cheese I've ever tasted. Won Cheese of the year 08/09 I do believe.

    Rouge River Blue - imported from America. Sadly they don't do it in this country anymore due to importing restrictions on 'live' dairy products or something :( such a shame.

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    This hand crafted raw cow’s milk blue veined cheese develops a beautiful natural rind as a result of hand turning and tending the cheese several times a week.

    The wheels are aged for up to a year in our special rooms which were constructed to simulate the ancient caves in Roquefort, France. This aging process imparts into the cheese naturally occurring molds that we consider to be our signature Rogue River Valley Terroir.

    The flavors of our terroir include hints of sweet woodsy pine, wild ripened berries, hazelnuts, morels and pears. To preserve this cheese we hand wrap each wheel in grape leaves harvested from Carpenter Hill Vineyards in the Rogue River Valley. These leaves have been macerated in Clear Creek’s Pear Brandy and tied with raffia. The grape leaves add additional complexity to the terroir driven flavors of the cheese and preserve its moist creamy texture.

    To best enjoy this cheese remove it from the plastic immediately. Cut by first scribing with a paring knife and then slicing through the leaves and cheese. Serve or package with the grape leaves attached.

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    Other blues I'm into are: Stichelton & a NICE Gorgonzola.

    Couple of decent Cheddars: Comte (VERY nice!) & Montgomery's Cheddar

    A nice sheep's milk cheese which is: Crozier Blue

    http://www.nealsyarddairy.co.uk/cheeses.html is a good place to look if you're into cheese.
     
  12. MAJESTIC

    MAJESTIC BishBashBosh

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    Im sure there was a thread that turned into fave cheese.
     
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    Its tough to choose one, I love Brie & Camembert, but this fucker takes the biscuit:

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    muzzadj POW!

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    now 50% less fat
     
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    can't go wrong with a good cheddar, but i love any good cheese.

    despise rubbery shit cheese, people that eat it need to be bullied real bad.
     
  16. Cat Gas

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    This is a particularly fine Waffle thread. I approve.

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    As mature as possible
     
  17. Olllie

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    This available in any supermarkets? I'd like to try more blue cheeses as i've only had St Agur & Stilton
     
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    Sometimes Waitrose & Sainsbury stock it mate, not constant, Butlers have their own website with some fantastic cheeses on it though...

    That Blacksticks Blue is a Red Blue Cheese, all the bite of Blue, but with the added creamyness of a Red Leicester, it is SERIOUSLY good.

    :2thumbs:
     
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